We’ll be asking you to vote for travel companies, cruise lines and destinations which excel and best serve mature travellers, in terms of exceptional service, going the extra mile and providing a holiday which you’ve thoroughly enjoyed.
Voting starts on 1st August 2022 on our website so do be sure to cast your vote before it closes on 11th September.
It’s your chance to let the travel industry know which companies you really appreciate and who is getting it exactly right when you travel.
Let’s celebrate the best in travel by voting, and as a thank you for taking the time to vote there will be a prize draw on offer too.
After our wonderful 2020 virtual ceremony at this incredible venue, with its world famous art and artifacts collections, hosted by Gyles Brandreth, we decided it would be an ideal place for our travel industry colleagues and silver travellers to meet in person and celebrate the winners of our Awards, which reward and recognise the best in travel for the over 50s.
The Awards will be voted for by our community of mature travellers with a range of categories considered – 19 in total, including five new categories, covering all areas of the industry from cruise, tours, activity and adventure and specialist travel holiday companies. We’ll also be including the Silver-i Awards with four categories which reward innovation in travel specifically designed for silver travellers. These will be judged by a panel of esteemed industry experts.
The Silver Travel Awards ceremony was first held in 2015 at the Natural History Museum in the Dinosaur Gallery, and in subsequent years at the Transport Museum, Madame Tussauds, the National Portrait Gallery and BAFTA. This Awards ceremony has become known for its glamour and fun, as well as for the announcement of the winners of our all-important Awards.
Bequeathed to the British nation in 1897, and opened as a museum for the public in 1900, the Wallace Collection at Hertford House is one of London’ premier art collections, featuring Fanz Hals’ Laughing Cavalier and Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s The Swing alongside paintings by Canaletto, Reynolds and Gainsborough as well as eighteenth-century French art, many important seventeenth and nineteenth-century paintings, medieval and Renaissance works of art and one of the finest collections of princely arms and armour in Britain. Fine sculptures and historic examples of the decorative arts are on display too.